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the economy, and efforts to restrict voting rights. michael smerconish joins us later. >>> finally, let me finish tonight with a night millions say they'll never forget. >>> we start with another victory for president obama on the war on terrorism. edward collins is a terrorist analyst. and richard wolffe is an msnbc analyst. how did we get him? >> we got him because of the fact after months of tracking this individual, after months of firing missiles at him fruitlessly, we got the right opportunity. there was a meeting that was taking place, it was not near a major populated zone, there wasn't the threat of civilian casualties, and it worked out. it was the right time and the right place. but there was a lot of work and there were a lot of failed efforts that led into this. >> how safer are we today, because we got him? >> well, here's the problem. anwar al awlaki didn't have a official title. he wasn't the leader, he wasn't the deputy leader. he was an adviser. so he assisted with recruiting westerners, okay, but he was not a military official. he's not a bomb maker. unfortunately, as fa
presidential candidate democrat seems to like the most, jon huntsman, joins us here tonight, right here, to play "hardball." >>> let me finish tonight with the iraq war that we never should have fought. >>> we start with today's dramatic announcement, however, that all american troops will be out of iraq by the end of this year. patrick murphy is the first iraq war veteran to serve in the u.s. congress. and today he's a candidate for attorney general of pennsylvania. and michael hirsch is with "national journal." thank you, gentleman, for joining us. let's take a look at the president's comments today, and they begin to dovetail from, we're getting out of iraq, and i wish you'd put these young men and women to work. here's the president making clear that jobs for veterans is priority number one. >> as we welcome home our newest veterans, we'll never stop working to give them and their families the care, the benefits, and the opportunities that they have earned. this includes enlisting our veterans in the greatest challenge that we now face as a nation, creating opportunities and jobs in
in the past, but i believe that we contribute to that. and so i think it's important for us to reduce our emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases that may well be significant contributors to the climate change and the global warming that you're seeing. >> and now let's listen to what governor romney had to say yesterday. here's the flip. >> my view is that we don't know what's causing climate change on this planet and the idea of spending trillions and trillions of dollars to try to reduce co2 emissions is not the right course for us. >> i'm beginning to think that the question for mitt romney should be, what are you coming as? like on halloween. what are you coming as tonight? let me go to susan page. what are you coming as tonight. there he is with his shirt on, saying there's climate change, man-made contributing to it, which is a reasonable scientific fact. and then he's just flipping completely, as if he had never given it any thought. >> and his campaign has sent me an e-mail saying he hasn't changed positions, that he continues to believe that there is climate change and he be
the country? author michael lewis joins us on whether they can use that anger to change american hearts and minds. >>> and if you're like me and grew up in a time of racial tensions and riots, it's amazing and gratifying to see a country that has a democratic 6 african-american president and another african-american at the top now of the gop field. how far have we come on this weekend that we do dedicate the martin luther king jr. memorial here in washington? >>> and let me finish tonight with a call to action to those protesting on wall street. get something done. >>> we start with the rise of herman cain. david corn's an msnbc political analyst and "mother jones" magazine's washington bureau chief, and jonathan martin is senior political reporter for politico. gentleman, i want to know how this ends for this fellow, herman cain, who's come out of nowhere. you're chuckling, but let me raise a couple of questions here. i'm going to give you a number of questions, the scenario. this guy keeps going up. he's ahead now in south carolina. he's ahead now in florida. he's ahead of the field a
they are, they're just people like us? do you think they operate in the national interest or the interest of working people? when corporate boards meet and make decisions about automating and getting rid of employees or make decisions about investing overseas and not here, do you think they make decisions in the interest of patriotism, or just cash? what do you think? >> well, i think they're operating -- i remember the ceo of one major company, might have been ge, might have been dow a few years ago, said, i wish i could move my corporate headquarters to a barge off the coast so i wouldn't have to be beholden to any country. i mean, i understand that. if that's the way they are, then we treat them that way. and that is that we treat them fairly, but firmly on taxes and other things, and you know, when we give tax breaks for people companies that move overseas, there's something wrong with that. earlier in the day, i was speaking -- i was at miracle scott's grow, a company in sort of central ohio, and one guy said, what are we going -- this guy is management -- he said, what are we going
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